Rory Feek Shares Sweet Video with Daughter Indy
Rory Feek's daughter, Indy, is growing fast and she inherited her mother's love of nature as seen in a new video.
Tragedy has a way of bringing people together, and in Rory Feek's case, it brought him closer to his daughter, Indy. Father and daughter had to band together after they both lost the woman they loved, Joey, in 2016.
Now, it's been three years, and the country music artist is showing off how grown his little girl is. Feek shared a video on YouTube detailing his daughter's growing stages and the times they've spent working together in their garden.
The video opened with Indy sitting on the floor and putting on blue boots, and once she finished, she rushed off to join her father in the garden.
Next, was a flashback to 2016 and 2017, before arriving back to 2019. It showed the little girl at 2-year-old putting dirt in her mouth several times while her father calmly tells her to stop it.
As Indy grew, she is seen walking around the garden, trying to help out and learning how to cover flower beds. The video also shows Feek digging with a spade, and in 2019, the little farm girl is seen covering them as her father puts in the plants.
Towards the end, the father-daughter duo shared a kiss, as the singer whispered "I love you," before picking up his little girl.
The garden is on the Feek Farmland in Tennessee, and it occupies a plot of land. The late Joey started the garden, and the singer once wrote on his blog "This Life I Live" that his wife loved working in the garden. He remembered that she made her plans for it as early as January, by ordering seeds and checking out catalogs.
Since she lost the battle to Cervical cancer, the father-of-three has maintained the garden, and in an Instagram post, he wrote that this year is unique, as Indy is old enough to work in the garden.
Feek married Joey in 2002, and apart from gardening, they sang together as the musical duo "Joey+Rory." However, the 54-year-old was not always a singer, he started as a songwriter, and in 2003, he wrote "Someone You Used To Know" for Colin Raye; it was one of the best country songs of that year.
The singer from Kansas also has two daughters from his first marriage to Tamara Gilmer, but the deceased is the "Only woman he ever truly loved." In their 2017 documentary which shares the name of his blog, he said the trauma broke him mentally, and he is still trying to recover.
On the bright side, Feek has Indy, and together, they'll keep gardening while keeping alive the memory of Joey.